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A young researcher places a camera trap on a moss-covered tree in the middle of the forest.

Awakening Scientific Curiosity from Atacama to Patagonia

The UC Chile Network of Research Centers and Field Stations (RCER UC, as per its Spanish acronym) enhances the interdisciplinary work of UC Chile researchers…

Woman posing in front of a cut on a hill.

Linking Science and Action Networks from Chile to California: A model for global collaboration

Lisa Micheli, president, and CEO of Pepperwood Foundation of California, toured the UC Chile network and regional stations. This column describes her…

People observing a cactus.

UC Chile signs an agreement with the University of California and its 41 nature reserves for joint research

To promote collaborative studies and investigate the causes and effects of climate change on biodiversity, to monitor socio-ecological processes in arid lands…

a row of yellow tents on a wooden walkway at night

UC Chile Atacama Station: A Role Model in the Study of Fog

Fog could be a key source of freshwater. It is why the research station is preparing a fog map and conducting studies on the composition of fog to make the…

Paul Amouroux

UC Centers and Field Stations: The gateway for international postgraduate research

The French entomologist Paul Amouroux has traveled around Chile for two years. He is developing his Fondecyt postdoctoral project on unknown Chilean species of…